|35 Years (27 Oct, 1986)|
|Paddington, New South Wales|
|2009 - 2021|
|Winnipeg Hawks, Sylhet Sixers, Sydney Thunder, Sydney South East, Sydney Sixers, Sunrisers Hyderabad, St Lucia Stars, Northern Districts, New South Wales Under-23s, New South Wales Under-19s, New South Wales Second XI, New South Wales Institute of Sport, New South Wales, Middlesex, Durham, Delhi Daredevils, Cricket Australia Chairman's XI, Brad Haddin XII, Australian XI, Australian Institute of Sport, Australian Cricketers Association All-Stars, Australia Under-19s, Australia Centre of Excellence, Australia A, Australia|
When David Warner stepped out to the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2009 against South Africa, he had already created history. Warner became one of the few individuals to make an international debut without playing any form of First Class cricket. Cricketers progressing through the ranks in a gradual manner was now broken. Warner represented the new era in which Twenty20 cricket blossomed. In fact, had it not been David Warner’s magnificent 89 on debut, T20 cricket in Aus...Read More
When David Warner stepped out to the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2009 against South Africa, he had already created history. Warner became one of the few individuals to make an international debut without playing any form of First Class cricket. Cricketers progressing through the ranks in a gradual manner was now broken. Warner represented the new era in which Twenty20 cricket blossomed. In fact, had it not been David Warner’s magnificent 89 on debut, T20 cricket in Australia might not have taken off.
That knock laid the groundwork for Warner to become one of the T20 behemoths in the world. Even more surprisingly, for someone not having First Class experience, his Test record is staggering. He holds records that might make any seasoned veteran envious. He has the second-highest individual score in Tests, better than Sir Don Bradman that too. His ODI and T20I exploits all over the world have been phenomenal. Warner has been part of two World Cup wins, one in 2015 and the other in 2021.
Warner’s career has been a story of coming back after a major jolt. In 2018, the Newlands ball-tampering controversy put him at the crossroads of his career. His role in the scandal resulted in Cricket Australia banning him from all leadership roles permanently. In 2021, just before the ICC World T20, he was dropped from the Sunrisers Hyderabad team and Warner bid an emotional farewell to fans, indicating he might not be picked. A couple of weeks later, he helped Australia win the ICC World T20 2021 for the first time.
As a cricketer, Warner is known for his brilliance. But, on David Warner’s social media channels, he is an absolute superstar. His dance moves, combined with his tribute to South India’s actors make him an instant hit with Indian fans. In his entire career, David Warner will be known as an entertainer who revolutionized Australia’s batting in the last decade.
David Warner made his international debut in 2009 in the Twenty20 International against South Africa. He made his ODI debut in the same year against the same side. His Test debut came against New Zealand in 2011 in Brisbane.
David Warner made a blazing start to his international career when he smashed 89 on debut against South Africa. Over the years, he has become one of the best players in the world at the top. His first Test century was dramatic. On a greentop against New Zealand in Hobart in 2011, Warner was the only player who stood tall as he smashed 123. But, Australia lost the contest by seven runs. During that same year, Warner stamped his dominance over an Indian attack in Perth by blasting a 69-ball century. In 2012, Warner made a mark in ODI cricket by blasting 163 against Sri Lanka in Brisbane. Over the next seven years, Warner would become one of the greatest openers in the modern cricketing world.
After his ban, Warner emerged as a much-better batsman. Warner blasted 335 against Pakistan, the second-highest in Australian cricket history. He has also scored centuries at will in all formats, joining a select few individuals who have scored a ton in all formats.
In the IPL, David Warner is indeed the G.O.A.T. In a batting list dominated by Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Chris Gayle, Warner has managed to carve a niche among the Fab 4. His consistency in the IPL, especially for Sunrisers Hyderabad has been staggering. Here is the list of ODI, Test and IPL centuries by David Warner.
|145||South Africa||2014||Cape Town||13||4|
|135||South Africa||2014||Cape Town||12||1|
|173||South Africa||2016||Cape Town||24||0|
|109||South Africa||2016||St Kitts||11||2|
|107*||Kolkata Knight Riders||2010||Delhi||9||5|
|126||Kolkata Knight Riders||2017||Hyderabad||10||8|
|100*||Royal Challengers Bangalore||2019||Hyderabad||5||5|
David Warner was at the centre of a major storm in 2018. He, along with Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft, were caught trying to tamper the ball during the Newlands Test against South Africa. The outcry over their actions saw the trio being punished severely. Steve Smith was handed a one-year ban, with a further one-year ban extension on his captaincy. David Warner was also banned for one year but a permanent ban from captaincy. This was not the first time that Warner was caught in a controversy.
In 2013, during the ICC Champions Trophy, David Warner was involved in an altercation with Joe Root. The left-hander was banned for a couple of matches in 2013 and did not feature in the whole tournament.
David Warner was one of the legends in the IPL. His exploits for Sunrisers Hyderabad, in particular, is staggering. Warner has hit four centuries and is one of the few players to have scored over 5000 runs in the tournament. Warner has an average close to 40 and a strike-rate of near 130. This level of consistency over a period of 12 years makes him one of the legends of the game.
Warner and Kohli had a massive duel in the 2016 IPL. Kohli was the run-making machine in the tournament, scoring four centuries and 973 runs. The record-breaking run for Kohli meant that Royal Challengers Bangalore were marching towards their first IPL title. But, David Warner smashed 848 runs in that season and led from the front to give Sunrisers Hyderabad their first title. The duel between Kohli and Warner, especially with the bat, was a sight for cricket fans.
Despite his contributions for Sunrisers Hyderabad, David Warner did not enjoy 2021. There were some issues with communication with regard to the coach. When the tournament resumed in the UAE, Warner was first left out of the playing 11. As the tournament neared the end, he was left out of the squad of 15 altogether. It was a sad way for the legend to bow out of the IPL for a franchise he had given so much.
David Warner has a net worth of USD 11 million which is roughly Rs 80 crore. His average salary on a yearly basis is Rs 10 to Rs 12 crore. He earns Rs 12 crore from his IPL contract with Sunrisers Hyderabad. However, that might change in the 2022 mega-auction. In the last seven years, Warner’s annual average earning have doubled with his great form. Warner also has some luxury cars in his possession. The most famous ones are Lamborghini Huracan and Audi.
Here is the breakup of David Warner’s Net Worth.
|Estimated Net Worth||Rs 80 crore|
|Annual Average Salary||Rs 10 to Rs 12 crore|
|Personal Property||Rs 9 crore|
|IPL salary||Rs 12.5 crore|
|Luxury Cars||Rs 7 crore|
The list of brand endorsements for David Warner is mentioned below
The jersey number for David Warner in international cricket and in the IPL is 31.
David Warner has played for two IPL teams in his career of 12 years. He played for the Delhi Daredevils from 2009 to 2013. From 2014, he played for the Sunrisers Hyderabad, leading them to the title in 2016.
David Warner has played for two BBL teams and both are from the Sydney franchise. The Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers have bagged the services of Warner from 2011 to 2014.
David Warner might be picked by a different team in the 2022 IPL mega auction in February. The way Warner was left out in the 2021 season of the IPL is an indication that he might not play for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2022.
David Warner is 35 years of age. He was born in the year 1986
David Warner was born on October 27, 1986. He is a Scorpio.
David Warner’s height is 170 cm which is five feet seven inches. His weight is 65 kg.
Candice Warner is the wife of David and the duo is most popular in Australia. She was born in 1985 and is a former Ironwoman and Surf Lifesaver. In 2008, she was part of the Ironman and Ironwoman series in Australia. In addition to Ironwoman, Candice was also part of Hell’s Kitchen, a cooking reality show hosted by star chef Marco Pierre-White. She met David in 2014 and has been married since 2015.
David Warner has three daughters. His first daughter Ivy Mae was born on September 11, 2014. After two years, the couple’s second daughter Indi Rae was born on 14 January 2016. Warner’s third daughter Isla Rose was born on June 30, 2019.Collapse